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COMP3218: Game Design Basics 1, Structures and Elements
COMP3218: Game Design Basics 1, Structures and Elements - Charles Hargood Keywords:COMP3218 , Game Design and Development
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1.4 Stellar masses and stellar evolution

Measured masses range from about 0.08M to about 50M, a large range, with the Sun again showing up as an average sort of star. At the upper end we have some true monsters, but even at the lower end we have bodies that are still far more massive than the planets.

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Virtual Maths - Numbers, 2D Elipse simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating formula for calculating the area of an elipse
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Virtual Maths, Calculating the Volume of a Brick
How to calculate the volume of a brick, guide (pdf)
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Introduction

In this unit, you will learn how to understand differences in culture and how to make the most of your existing language skills. This will be helpful to you whenever you work with someone whose native language is foreign, or when you go to another country and work as a foreigner yourself. You do not need any knowledge of foreign languages in order to begin.

There are eight sections. You can choose which ones you want to study and you can work through them in any order.

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LSE Literary Festival 2017 | Step Up: How can you transform your career in just 10 minutes a day? [A
Speaker(s): Phanella Mayell Fine and Alice Olins | Editor's note: Apologies for the poor quality audio in this podcast. Women's careers aren't just in the ether, they're on the front pages of newspapers, inside glossy magazines, on the radio, across the internet and they're being discussed on a daily basis in governments all around the world. Sure, if you look at gender-split statistics, the situation is as depressing as it's ever been, but the reality is slowly catching up with the legal framew
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The Accidental Guerrilla:  Fighting Small Wars in the Midst of a Big One
  In the first few years of the post-9/11 era, the established models for fighting ‘small wars' proved distressingly ineffective against resilient insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan. As the insurgents fought Western armies to a stalemate, it was clear that a new approach was necessary. Dr David Kilcullen, a former Australian army officer, and one of the world's most influential experts on guerrilla warfare, became a key architect of the West's revamped military strategy. As the seni
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Chelsea Barracks, Chelsea Bridge Road, London. The barracks of 1861-63 from the south, photographed by Herbert Felton in 1960. These buildings were demolished circa 1960-61, shortly after this photograph was taken.
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Modelos digitales de representaci?n de lo real como estrategia de management alternativo en la pr?ct
An architectural project is designed in weeks or months?sometimes in places far from the construction site?and is built in years. The challenge of design is more than creating a three - dimensional digital (3D) model that includes all available information; visualization and communication throughout the entire process is crucial due to the global nature of contemporary architectural practice. This study asks: What tool would satisfy this need for communication? The objective of this paper is to
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Tackling Diabetes and Obesity in the UK's South Asian Communities
Recent research has highlighted the problems of growing rates of diabetes and obesity in the UK's South Asian communities. A number of factors, including diet, lifestyle and genetics, means that there is increased exposure to these conditions and the associated risk of heart disease, strokes and other problems. Researchers at the University of Warwick have been working closely with South Asian communities in Leamington Spa and Coventry to develop strategies for tackling the obesity time bomb. W
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This paper presents partial results of doctoral research entitled Architecture, Semiotics and Second Order Cybernetics: observation, representation and performance in design process. The research is linked to the Nomads.usp research group and proposes a review of design process, considering the mediation of digital media by using concepts of Second order Cybernetics. This work start with the hypothesis that in a contemporary context, professional demands of architects and designers requires a d
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Type 1 diabetic model (A)
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disease characterized by the uncoupling of bloodglucose levels and insulin secretion, causing abnormal glycemic excursions. Type 1diabetes is characterized by a complete insulin deficiency. Treatment consists ofattempting to match exogenous insulin delivery to the metabolic needs of the patientduring meals, exercise, and sleep. The objective is to minimize the frequency and severityof glycemic excursions and, more importantly, avoid hypoglycemic episodes.
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Representing Europeans: a pragmatic approach [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Richard Rose | Less than a year away from the 2014 European Parliament elections, Professor Richard Rose talks about his new book on democracy in Europe, Representing Europeans: A Pragmatic Approach (OUP). With the European Union now impacting more and more on people's lives, he analyses how democratic the EU institutions are, how far they respond to voters' concerns, how voters see European elections and referenda, and how the EU institutions might yet be reformed. Richard
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1.2.1 Selecting the scales

The scales that are used determine the look of the graph. For example, if the horizontal distance between ‘Year 1’ and ‘Year 6’ shown in Figure 2 were doubled, the line would be stretched to double its present length. If the horizontal distance were halved, then
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1.1 Data and information

Although this course is about ICTs, the technologies you'll be learning about do not actually handle information. Instead they handle data. In everyday language the terms 'data' and 'information' are often used interchangeably, but it is important to understand the difference when you are studying ICTs.

Data is a representation of information so that it can be conveyed, manipulated or stored. Information is the meaning that people give to data in particular contexts. So da
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STS.360 Ethnography (MIT)
This course is a practicum-style seminar in anthropological methods of ethnographic fieldwork and writing. Depending on student experience in ethnographic reading and practice, the course is a mix of reading anthropological and science studies ethnographies; and formulating and pursuing ethnographic work in local labs, companies, or other sites.
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